A Whitehead man is among the judges in this year’s Action Renewable Association Awards.
Jim Kitchen, director, Sustainable NI, will be casting a discerning eye over the entries for the event promoting sustainable energy.
Action Renewables has teamed up with Tughans Solicitors and renewable electricity supplier Vayu for the 2015 awards and businesses from Carrickfergus are invited to participate.
The awards will also be opened up to new applicants this year with additional categories including Most Environmentally Sustainable Construction Project, Most Successful Renewable Heat Installation and Most Successful Renewable Electricity Installation.
These are added to the existing list of Best Renewables Installation within the Education, Healthcare and Public Sector, Best Community Renewable Energy Project, Best Planning for Renewable Energy Project and Best Promotion of Sustainable Transport.
The deadline for entry is Friday, February 13, 2015.
The winners will be announced at the flagship industry awards event to be held at the Belfast Harbour Commissioner’s Office in March.
To download an entry pack or book a place at the awards visit www.actionrenewables.co.uk